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A scandalous waste of money by Liverpool Council

The council rightly tells us that it is short of money. When you and I are short of money we stop spending if we can; we watch every penny like a hawk; and make every penny count for the most … Continue reading

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Will the Council apologise for threatening us over Harthill being part of the Park?

Now that the dust has settled a bit on the great victory by LOGS in the High Court last week, I have expanded my questions. I have written to a senior officer at the council today asking for responses to … Continue reading

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Calderstones Park High Court judgement is victory for the many over the few.

I welcome today’s High Court judgement which will save part of Calderstones Park from being built on. I can only describe it as a victory of the People of Liverpool over the political elite that rules the Liverpool Town Hall. … Continue reading

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What Next for Calderstones Park’s ‘Depot site’?

Its now four weeks since the Judicial Review into the planning applications allowed by the Council on Calderstones Park took place at the High Court in Manchester. The local community through LOGS did a marvellous job raising £40,000 for the … Continue reading

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Motion to Council on Calderstones Park backs campaign by local residents in the High Court

Does this look like a brownfield site to you? No me neither. Does it look like part of the Park? It does to me and to you I have no doubt! On the day that local campaigners travel to the … Continue reading

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Politicians should play the ball not the player

Those that know me are probably surprised to see me using a football analogy.  It is true that I am not a lover of the game. As I understand it the analogy means working with and kicking the ball and … Continue reading

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Update on the campaign to save Calderstones Park

The current plans for the Harthill and Calderstones Park which will take 13 acres of much loved green space, buildings and woodlands and privatise them with Redrow The future of 13 acres of the Harthill & Calderstones Park will come … Continue reading

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Council Questions and Answers January 2018

As usual there were far more questions than answers at the Council meeting held last week. Our only opportunity to question the Mayor is by putting down written questions to the Council meeting. Mayor Anderson is the only Leader of … Continue reading

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Liverpool – A City that would make North Korea proud

This is, of course, a scene from North Korea. It could however, be equally a picture from Liverpool today! E-mails to councillors intercepted by staff; officers told not to answer questions from opposition councillors by leading Labour politicians; disciplinary action … Continue reading

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Residents take on Fight against City Council & Redrow Homes

Local residents braved the rain to launch their Village Green Application for parts of Harthill & Calderstones Park A major step forward to save parts of Harthill and Calderstones Park from development has been made this week when local residents … Continue reading

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